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Orei DA21X Premium Optical SPDIF/Coaxial Digital to RCA L/R Analog Audio Converter with 3.5mm Jack Support Headphone/Speaker Outputs
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- Converts S/PDIF or Optical (Toslink) to analog R/L Audio signal with selectable switch for coaxial or optical input.
- Ultra low jitter and high fidelity design using new receiver & D/A converter chips with durable metal casing
- Supports all popular sample rates including 32kHz, 44.1kHz, 48kHz, 96kHz and 192kHz, at up to 24-bit resolution
- Input: S/PDIF x 1, TOSLINK x 1; Output: L/R audio x 1, 3.5mm Audio x 1. Dimensions: 76 x 56 x 22mm, Weight: 47g, Includes Power Adapter
- Not Compatible with Panasonic Viera TVs. Supports PCM Mode Only - Will not convert 5.1 Channel or Dolby/DTS. Please set the input switch to Coax or Opt depending on the source
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Style: Premium Digital to Analog Converter
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Premium Optical to Coxial
Digital to Analog Convert through PCM Output
Converts coaxial or optical digital audio input to analog stereo output over RCA and 3.5mm mini jack. Will not convert DOLBY DIGITAL Signal. Change to TV Output To PCM.
Clicking Sound - Most likely your TV output is not set to PCM. Please change it PCM.
Screeching or No Sound - Most likely you are trying to decode Dolby Sound to Analog. You will need a DA34 or DA34X.
1 Year Warranty
We use the highest quality components in all our products. We offer 1 Year Warranty, for any support please do hesitate to contact us at OREI.
Top Customer Reviews
I bought a FiiO D3 (D03K). Worked fine. Was very happy with it. Then after a few weeks the thing went bad, produced distorted sound. I got another one. Same story. Finally it dawned on me that it was permanently powered up. So I tried disconnecting the power feed, letting it cool off. And then it went back to working OK. Now whenever I wanted to watch TV I had to first go and plug in the USB power cable; when I was done watching, I had to go and unplug it. I was a slave to this overheating $25+ piece of junk.
Enough is enough. I shopped around and bought this Orei DA21. Seems to be a superior product. It automatically detects whether input is optical or co-axial (the FiiO requires you to set a switch); in addition to the RCA outputs, it also has a 3.5mm headphone output; and the sound it produces is louder and clearer. For the time being it certainly outperforms the FiiO.
Well, it's now been a bit over 2 weeks. Awesome improved sound (compared to the FiiO). Moreover, it's been permanently plugged in and no sign of overheating or misbehavior (by now the FiiO would require being unplugged and allowed to cool).
I have a Panasonic plasma tv. I receive my tv reception through a digital antenna. The tv stations are not broadcast in PCM sound format. There is no setting to change the digital optical audio tv output to PCM. Therefore, the sound comes out as pulsing noise.
So, if you are expecting to listen to tv stations you should make sure that you can control the output of your tv digital optical audio. You will need to see and be able to select PCM as an option.
Other than that, the product seems fine. I am using it with my web based applications on my tv (You Tube, Crackle, Google TV). These broadcast sound in PCM format.
Hope this helps.
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Product is great overall, but causes a buzzing noise when the source is off, and sometimes require a powercycle to work.Published 3 days ago by Mark
I received a discounted price for this review.
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